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Friday, 15 December 2017

European Parliament:

- 27-30 January: European Parliament Committee Meetings

Council of the EU:

- 28 January: Meeting of the Economic and Financial Affairs Council (ECOFIN)
- 30 January: Meeting of the Political and Security Committee (PSC)

ACP Group:

- 28 January: ACP Sugar Committee and W/G on Sugar
- 29 January: W/G on Bananas

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The Secretariat of the African, Caribbean and Pacific Group of States (ACP) informs that a vacant post of Expert in charge of Private Sector Issues at the ACP Secretariat to be filled for a 6 month period, with a possible extensions of maximum months.

The Council adopted on Monday 20 January 2014 by written procedure a regulation providing fishing  opportunities in 2014 to EU vessels in Union and certain non-Union waters. A political agreement had been reached on this regulation at the Agriculture and Fisheries  Council meeting on 17 December 2013. The regulation establishes the total allowable  catches (TACs) and member states' fishing quotas for 2014 for fish stocks which are not subject to international negotiations or agreements and stocks subject to international negotiations or agreements

Friday, 24 January 2014

Seamus Jeffreson has begun his new role as Director of CONCORD, the European confederation of Relief and Development NGOs that represents over 1,800 NGOs to the EU institutions. Seamus brings to the position over 20 years of experience in the international development sector. He joins CONCORD following 5 years in the Middle East working on humanitarian issues with International Medical Corps and CARE.

Amid the continuing crisis in the Central African Republic, the European Union is again transporting urgently needed humanitarian assistance into the country. Today, a plane ferried 80 tons of relief supplies from Nairobi, Kenya into the Central African Republic capital, Bangui, including emergency shelter, blankets and basic household items such as soap and kitchen utensils.

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